1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204
For December 2013 only, the PAC will meet Tuesday, December 10, 7 – 8 PM.
Broadway Conference Room on the 9th Floor, just off the elevator lobby west side of building
The Portland Building
1120 SW 5th Ave
Regular meeting time and place:
Third Tuesday of the month
7:00pm in City Hall,1221 SW 4th Avenue, Pettygrove Room. Click here for this month's agenda.
NOTE: The July 16 PAC meeting will not be held in the regular location. Instead the PAC will take its annual walking tour.
The PAC selected a tour of the South Portland to South Waterfront areas via the new Gibbs St Pedestrian Bridge and SW Moody Ave. Anticipate starting around 6 PM. Route and more details to come. Typically the PAC does not hold a regular meeting in either July or August. Instead, we will take to our feet and brave the heat, for the Annual PAC Walking Tour. The PAC selects a new location every year. Tour details
In June, Commissioner Steve Novick, endorsed the recommendations from the PAC for new PAC Member appointments. Nine (9) Newly Appointed PAC Members:
In addition, the PAC recommended selecting additional applicants as “Alternate members.” Appointing Alternate PAC members required an amendment to the PAC Bylaws to create Alternate positions. Per the PAC Bylaws, the soonest the PAC could vote on an amendment to the Bylaws was at the June meeting. The Bylaws were amended, as noted above. The Alternate members recommendations are for endorsement and appointment consideration by Commissioner Novick.
At the June 18 PAC meeting, the PAC moved to adopt amendments to the PAC Bylaw ARTICLE II. MEMBERSHIP, to create up to 8 “Alternate” Member positions on the PAC, as well as a few minor clean up and grammar edits. The Bylaw amendments will be placed on the June 18 PAC meeting agenda for deliberation and a vote by the PAC. This amendment was discussed at the May 21 PAC meeting. The amendment was recommended by the 2013 PAC Membership Sub-committee. The Bicycle Advisory Committee (BAC) currently has Alternate positions written into their Bylaws. The amendments to the PAC Bylaws are fashioned after relevant sections of the BAC Bylaws.
The PAC advises the City of Portland – particularly the Bureau of Transportation – on matters that encourage and enhance walking as a means of transportation, recreation, wellness and environmental enhancement. The PAC is a 9- to 15-person committee that represents a cross-section of Portlanders, including walking and mobility advocates, neighborhood activists, environmental design professionals and citizens-at-large.
The PAC meets the third Tuesday evening each month. Members are appointed to a 4-year term. PAC member activities include, but are not limited to, reviewing and making recommendations on:
Qualified individuals must:
October 31, 2000
The mission of the City of Portland Pedestrian Advisory Committee is to act as advocates for pedestrians by:
The Pedestrian Advisory Committee (PAC) provides a forum for citizens to become involved in establishing goals and policies for pedestrians in the city and for the Bureau of Transportation's services. The group represents a cross-section of Portland citizens including walking and mobility advocates, neighborhood activities, environmental design professionals, and citizens-at-large. In addition, the Pedestrian Coordinator assists with the PAC's efforts to advocate for pedestrian issues both in house and in the community.
The Portland Pedestrian Advisory Committee works to make Portland a better city for pedestrians. We advise City Council and City staff on transportation issues that affect pedestrians and the pedestrian environment. If these issues are of concern to you, consider applying to be a member of the City of Portland Pedestrian Advisory Committee.
The Portland Pedestrian Advisory Committee is a standing citizen advisory committee active since the early 1990s. The purpose of the Portland Pedestrian Advisory Committee is to advise the Mayor and City Council and City departments on all matters that encourage and enhance walking as a means of transportation, recreation, wellness, and environmental enhancement.
David Aulwes (Chair), Roger Averbeck, Don Baack, David Crout, Marianne Fitzgerald, Rebecca Hamilton, Melissa Kaganovich, Arlene Kimura, Erin Kelley, Doug Klotz (Vice Chair), Rod Merrick, Noel Mickelberry, Elizabeth Mros-O'Hara, Suzanne Stahl and Jonathan Winslow.
For more information: Contact April Bertelsen, Portland Bureau of Transportation, at (503) 823-6177
Crosswalk Traffic Engineering Safety Analysis
Links to Regional and State Grant Programs
Map of Multnomah Village Walk
Map of walking route highlighting existing, planned and potential pedestrian routes to South Waterfront
The mission of the City of Portland Pedestrian Advisory Committee
Pedestrian Advisory Committee meeting notes and agendas
The Pedestrian Advisory Committee (PAC) provides a forum for citizens to become involved in establishing goals and policies for pedestrians in the city and for the Office of Transportation's services.